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SHINee to perform at Abbey Road Studios in London to celebrate their Japanese debut

April 26, 2011 @ 10:23 pm
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Via tokyohive: Popular South Korean group SHINee is scheduled to make their major debut in Japan on June 22nd with their single "Replay" and what is a better way to celebrate this achievement than performing at the famous Abbey Road Studios in London? That's exactly what their record label and owner of the studio, EMI Music thought and thus they invited the group to perform at the studios that once inspired legends such as The Beatles and Pink Floyd. At first it might sound awkward to perform in London to celebrate your Japanese debut, but things become more clear once you understand that Japanese fans actually get the chance to win a ticket for that special performance, and SHINee already has a lot of Japanese fans. Back in December the group held two performances in Tokyo and mobilized a total of 24,000 fans, but more than 100,000 people actually tried to get their hands on the tickets. Experiencing a performance of SHINee at the Abbey Road Studios is special because they will not only be the very first Asian artists to perform at the studios, it is also a much more intimate atmosphere with the biggest room only giving space to a total of 130 people. Fans who want to be among those 130 people will have to keep an eye out for special projects on the mobile download sites Recochoku and MOBAEMI starting on April 28th. Not much details are known a the moment and so far this seems to be the only way to get an invitation for the special performance. The group made a statement about the upcoming performance, "Since it is such a famous studio, we're really going to anticipate the performance. I hope you will look forward to it as well, because no matter where we are, we will always work hard in order to give back your support through great songs and great performances in typical SHINee fashion." EMI also plans to film the performance and distribute the resulting DVD in many countries, not just Japan. Source: Sanspo

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